Online gaming during the COVID-19 pandemic has seen a massive boom in play and popularity. The video game industry is likely ecstatic about the 9.3% increase in revenue from last year. Esports, which is practically ready-made for many disappointed sports fans, is on track to surpass every professional sports league […]
By Kyle LaBossiere For the students weighing the pros and cons of a digital college experience, COVID-19 has created the perfect opportunity to take a step back and look at the bigger picture. Helena Zhao, a rising senior studying economics at New York University, didn’t expect that she would be […]
The breakout of COVID-19 turned everything upside down and no one knew what to prepare for. This pandemic showed the worst of customers getting frustrated with the pandemic and taking their anger out on retail workers. Produced by Diana Mirakaj for her Digital Storytelling class. Edited and packaged by Norma […]
Megan Wilson of Felicia Hodges’ Fall 2020 photojournalism class captured daily operations at SUNY New Paltz’ Sojourner Truth Library on Oct. 20. Photos by Megan Wilson.
The COVID-19 pandemic has swept across the United States, with the respect of nurses skyrocketing in every facet. A current nurse describes the turmoil, two students try to virtually learn, while another student takes on the frontlines: what does this mean for them? You walk through the sliding doors at […]
The coronavirus pandemic has completely changed the way you live your life, since you are stuck in self-quarantine alone or with your family. Going out to the grocery store to stock up on essential items can be a risky and caution-filled endeavor. You have become over-protective of your supply of […]
As part of her digital storytelling class with SUNY New Paltz Professor Kimberly Ruth, Megan Wilson has developed this short film about the novel coronavirus.
This video was made for SUNY New Paltz Professor Kimberly Ruth’s Digital Storytelling Class. Speller investigates the global and educational effects of COVID-19 on the world.
Click through these maps to find out about local food resources, grocery hours for higher-risk individuals, farms, food pantries and COVID-19 case information.
Reposted with permission from The Legislative Gazette By Emma Misiaszek Despite layoffs, a loss of revenue and grim economic projections, a majority of upstate New York business owners agree that public health is the most important thing right now, and that the economy can wait. In a poll Sponsored by […]
Reposted with permission from The Legislative Gazette By Bridget Peschel Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced increased measures to help slow the COVID-19 outbreak in New York City at a recent press conference. Starting Thursday, New York City will begin closing streets to vehicles so that pedestrians can better practice social distancing […]